An incredibly smooth blend from Brasil & Guatemala - your "go-to"
This coffee will give you a rush without any sugar added. As the world's largest coffee producer Brazil is dominated by large coffee farms. These farms cover the vast amount of land suitable for coffee cultivation giving Brazil its reputation for producing "commercial" grade beans. A fine cup of Brazilian is characteristic of being clear, sweet, medium-bodied coffee with a low level of acidity. It can be described as soft and nutty. Many Brazilian beans are used in espresso because of the bittersweet chocolate aftertaste they leave behind.
From the growing region of Huehuetenango, this bean does not fall short on flavor or pop. Guatemala's mountainous terrain and rich, volcanic soil give its coffee beans a hard, dense covering that keeps every ounce of flavor inside. So when you brew a cup you can taste the smoky, spicy, and chocolaty flavors swirled in your cup with all of the brightness in the bean creating a pop in your mouth.
Our beans come from roughly 20 origins around the world. We select only the highest quality for our blends or single origin roasts. They are specialty grade and always score 85 points plus, normally over 95 points. This makes them the top 5-7% of the coffee in the world.
Specialty Grade Coffee Beans: no primary defects, 0-3 full defects, sorted with a maximum of 5% above and 5% below specified screen size or range of screen size, and exhibiting a distinct attribute in one or more of the following areas: taste, acidity, body, or aroma.